Online Poll: Who is your favourite Stoic?

This quick online poll has been running for a while and over 450 people have responded so far. You can see the results and cast your own vote.

Complete Online: The Stoic Attitudes Scale (Test Version)

This is an initial test version of the Stoic Attitudes Scale, which you can complete online in about ten minutes by clicking on a few buttons. It consist of 35 questions in total designed to rate your level of belief in a range of principles derived from classical Stoic philosophy.

This has been moved to the page below, where there’s more space than on a normal blog post, so that you can read the online questions more easily…
http://philosophy-of-cbt.com/complete-online-survey-the-stoic-attitudes-scale/

Stoic Week: Final Poll (“What Next?”)

Final day of Stoic Week, plus a new poll (“What Next?”)

Stoic Week

Final Poll

Well done students of Stoicism! Today’s statistics:

  • We had over 8,000 hits on the Stoicism Today website during Stoic Week!
  • About 150 people reported they were participating in the study.
  • We have also acquired 150 new Twitter (@Stoicweek) followers during the week.
  • Over 1,100 people have now viewed the original Youtube Video of the workshop at Exeter University organised by Prof. Gill.
  • Over 120 people commented on The Guardian article by Patrick about Stoic Week.
  • Over 370 people have voted so far in the poll “Who is your favourite Stoic?“.

What next, though? You can vote in the poll below (up to three choices) for any ancient philosophy you fancy doing as an alternative to #Stoicweek in the future. Underneath is a roundup of recent posts in case you missed anything…

New Poll: Who is your favourite wise man?

New poll for @Stoicweek: Who is your favourite wise man?

Who is your Favourite Wise Man?

New Online Poll

Poll: Who is your Favourite Stoic

Online poll: Who is your favourite Stoic? Cast your vote and see the results so far.

Who is your Favourite Stoic?

Cast your own vote to see the previous results here or on the University of Exeter Stoicism and its Modern Uses blog.